Friday 4 November 2011, 17:40
Michael Stipe and Mike Mills from REM. Picture by Jerome Weatherald
Singer Michael Stipe and bassist Mike Mills from the band REM discuss what it feels like to "call it a day as a band" after 30 years, 15 studio albums and 85 million albums sold. They reflect on their career in the light of a new retrospective double album called REM, Part Lies, Part Heart, Part Truth, Part Garbage, 1982-2011.
Paul Murphy is the editor of the Radio 4 blog